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of the united states, from texas into indiana, kentucky, and georgia. >> people were crying, please let us get through this. >> and the hours later came stories of survival. >> we had about 40 students and staff in the core of the building when the tornado hit. nobody was injured. that is something to be thankful for despite the devastation. entire neighborhoods flattened schools and ruins but the spirits are strong. , a lot of good friends, we still have our family. what more can we ask for? >> the people who live here are resilient, god-fearing tough and we are not down but not not doubt. >> -- but we are not knocked out. >> and henryville, combing through the debris looking for survivors. in kentucky, equipment to clear away with the storms knocked down. small on population, but big in their determination to come back from this disaster. the rebuilding process will take a long time. president obama expressed his condolences to the hard-hit areas and fema is dedicating resources to cities in need. >> at home, two maryland lawmakers want to make every person in the car where seat belts, not j
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